Going straight back to work after a long weekend of camping had been quite the challenge for Finn and Rachel. Luckily, Finn didn’t have that much to do since he was an extra, and he spent most of his days sitting in the audience watching Rachel do scenes together with her co-stars. He had to give himself credit for being able to keep quiet when Rachel was doing a scene that involved any kind of romance or intimacy with another co-star. Just a few weeks ago, he would’ve ran up on stage and interrupted the entire scene.
Now, Finn just sat there and admired the work of his wife (mostly the work of her body and how he would treat it once they got home), while occasionally yawning and feeling a bit bored about just sitting there. Today, he had been sitting for two hours straight, while Rachel was rehearsing dance number after dance number. When it finally was time for a break, Finn sat up straight to see Rachel when she got off stage, waving at her to join him.
So both of my arms are messed up. My left was bitten by some mysterious bug. And the other was dislocated when keith and I were goofing around last night.
Any way, two specialist had to look at my left arm. the doctor i normally see was so unsure about the kind of bit that could have dont this to me. So she had another doctor examine the bite. Then they removed the stinger from my arm and left the room. I could hear both doctors talking about the possible kinds of medication they could give me. Shots. An ointment. But the doctor gave me pills, its this type of steroid to cure both arms. I think its kind of cool that I’m on a legitimate form of steroids as a medication. Ever since middle school and all throughout highschool my classmates would openly joke about me being on steroids — they thought I was way muscular for a girl, or whatever. Those tards. But atleast I can say I’ve taken steroids. Ha.
there is a bug bite on my chin, and i keep scratching at it. but i really shouldnt because i might get one of those nasty bug bite scars, and i really dont want that on my face. so i decided to be a mommy and put a bandaid on my chin like a kid. so i wont touch it anymore.. so that is why it says “fear my roar!”… on my chin.
Witch Hazel has easily become one of my favourite plants recently, and with my current obsession for it as an astringent, I decided to post a list of the benefits of witch hazel (including the source for a more thorough explanation of each).
1. Spot and blemish control
2. Soothe and heal diaper rash
3. Shrink bags under the eyes
4. Soothe and reduce external hemorrhoids
5. Varicose vein relief
6. Soothe poison ivy and poison oak
7. Treat chicken pox blisters
8. Heal your bruises faster
9. Sooth razor burns (and in some instances, prevent it)
10. Treat and soothe a nasty sunburn
11. Treat dry skin
12. Use to heal and soothe various cuts and bruises
Do you ever have a really itchy bug bite and you know you’re not supposed to itch it but you do anyway and all the sudden you can’t stop and it feels so good and it’s like you’re jerking off but instead of your hand in your pants your just scratching a random spot on your leg